Cops on the look-out for Christmas burglar

| 24/12/2014

(CNS): There were three burglaries on Monday over a two hour period in which the culprit made off with cash, jewellery and electronic items from the homes involved, police have said. An RCIPs spokesperson said officers believe the same burglar is responsible for the break-ins which happened in the Bel Air Drive area of South Sound, George Town. The first was reported at 1:38pm, where a home was broken into and watches stolen. The second burglary was at around 2pm at Cayman Crossing where cash, electronics, jewellery and a cell phone was stolen then at about 3:50pm the third burglary was reported on Bel Air Drive, where electronic items and watches were also stolen.Detectives said residents of the area who may have seen any one not belonging to that community should call GT – CID on 949-4222 or Crime Stoppers on 800- 8477(TIPS).

 

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  1. Anonymous says:

    should be easy to spot, the police need only google image Grinch for a physical appearance

  2. Anonymous says:

    You've also failed to report that there was another burglary on Bel Air Drive five days before this spate of crime, and that a separate house got burgled twice in January 2014 on Bel Air Drive.

    Maybe if the cops spent less time putting parking tickets on cars in GT, and more time actually policing proper crimes we wouldn't have these problems!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Funny I heard that when the poiice arrived to one of the homes that were broken in, they reported back "everything was fine, no break in"….hence, the back door was broken into….didn't know police respond to "certain" company's alarms…..and as usual they aren't doing their job…